Thursday, July 30, 2009

Study Indicates Teens Feel Technology Improves their Learning


Teens Take on Technology at School

Written by Angela Titone, Senior Manager, CEA Research Library

A recent study on teen students done by the Consumer Electronics Organization, was recently released. The findings overwhelmingly indicated that teens believe technology improves their academics. Of special interest, was the area of homework.

"Teens want more technology to be implemented into the educational process, and they are finding ways to include these tools themselves," said Jessica Boothe of Strategic Research.

Angela Titone has summarized and reviewed the findings of the research study on line. It confirms much of what we have observed, but also raises some important questions for those of us in the classroom.

The article can be found at:

Teens Take on Technology at School

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